EPO's Decision to Amend Myriad’s BRCA1 IP May Create More Uncertainty for Euro Labs | GenomeWeb
The European Patent Office’s recent decision to partly uphold Myriad Genetics’ BRCA1 patent may create uncertainty about when laboratories conducting BRCA testing in Europe infringe the IP.
 
An EPO appeals board last week ended a seven-year tussle between Myriad and a number of European research groups in deciding to maintain in an amended form Myriad’s patent, EP 699754, covering a “method for diagnosing a predisposition for breast and ovarian cancer.”
 

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